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Rosh Hashanah

On a windy September day in the mid 1960’s, I ran away from home in Topeka, Kansas to New York City. I wanted to study flute with Julius Baker – one of the greatest flute players who ever walked the planet.  I got into Julliard, where he taught and my ...

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What “Pet Friendly” Really Means

  Many of the buyers I’ve helped find new homes are, like me, animal lovers.  And it’s important that they find a place where the furry family member is welcome.  With houses, there usually isn’t an issue, but condos and coops are a very different story. Most condo and coop ...

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